Food Frontiers showcases six projects from around the United States that are increasing access to healthy food in varied ways – from a pioneering farm-to-school project to creative supermarket financing to cooking classes in a doctor’s office and a teen-managed grocery store.

This 36-minute documentary film – produced by the Johns Hopkins Center for a Livable Future – is part of the FoodSpan curriculum, which provides an overview of the food system for high school students.

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  1. It would have been nice if they had addressed why stores had moved out of those population centers…..crime? taxes? education level of potential employees? How were these affected by government funding of stores?

  2. I LOVE this video.  Thank you for sharing.  And as a mom, I loved seeing those precious little ones eating and putting fresh produce on their school lunch plates.


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